Each narrative of survival in the Holocaust is as unique as the individuals themselves. The personal transfer of our history through generations is essential, as it ensures that diverse stories are preserved. Captain Martin Maxwell, a living witness who fled Nazi-occupied Austria in 1938 and returned to fight for the Allied Forces, will give first-person testimony. In response, students will perform and reflect on lesser-known stories of genocide through theatre, which strives to give voice to the voiceless.
Speakers: Martin Maxwell and Ilana Lucas